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Sunak made statements on many issues on the country's agenda at the closing of the annual conference of the Conservative Party, of which he is the leader.

In his speech, Prime Minister Sunak noted that the law on banning the sale of cigarettes to young people will be put to a vote in the British parliament and emphasized that the age for buying cigarettes will be raised by one year every year, so that a younger generation can grow up "without cigarettes".

"This law means that a child who is 14 years old today will never be legally sold cigarettes, and they and their generation can grow up without cigarettes," Sunak said.

Rishi Sunak underlined that the vote in the British parliament on this issue will be a "free vote".

Sunak also made statements regarding the use of electronic cigarettes, "We will also introduce measures to restrict our children's access to electronic cigarettes by looking at flavors, packaging displays and disposable electronic cigarettes. We need to prioritize the next generation and that is what I will do."